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The great spiritual masters of Central America long for the return of Quetzalcoatl when the feathered-serpent will replace the Christian Cross.

The great spiritual masters of Central America long for the return of Quetzalcoatl when the feathered-serpent will replace the Christian Cross.

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    • T he great spiritual masters of Central America long for the return of Quet- zalcoatl when the feathered-serpent will replace the Christian Cross.Quetzal is the name of the paradise bird andcoatl, the word for serpent. Its Maya equivalentis Kukul-Can, and Gucumatz for the Quichein the Popol Vuh. No one knows exactly whenthe winged serpent colonized the Americas butH.P. Blavatsky says the Mayas existed in Plato’sAtlantis. e Maya civilization arrived in theAmericas as a mature culture with art, archi-tecture, religion, and a system hieroglyphicswhich became phonetics. oth-Hermes mi-grated from Egypt and became known in theAmericas as Quetzalcoatl, the rst ruler of theToltecs, and Mayans. In Peru he was called Ama-ru Lord of Amaruca, literally translated as ‘Landof the Plumed Serpent. e origin of the nameAmerica is commonly attributed to the Italianexplorer Amerigo Vespucci and not Amaru-ca. Quetzalcoatl is said to have been born onAugust 13th. So perhaps now that Land of theGreat Plumed Serpent, is nally gaining morecredibility among scholars, it is time to restorethe name Amarucato its rightful placeand celebrate thebirthday of America